I usually love Parabola, this years release was not as good as previous ones to me. Too boozy, too sweet... but yeah all those you mention are great. Two things from Europe that I really love are De Molen's Hel & Verdemoenis(netherlands) and HaandBryggeriet's Odin's Tipple(norway). My understanding is that the distributor (Shelton Brothers) does not distribute in Washington so I'm not sure if you can find them up your way.
Anybody else tried the No-Li Winter Seasonal? It's not as dark as most, but it's been my favorite so far this year. Those of you in Spokane can get it at the brewery; around here, I've just found the 22oz bottles.
Dang! Most of these delicious sounding brews mentioned above aren't even available out here in this godforsaken hillbilly backwater where I manage to survive. Last time I ventured into civilization, I picked some Ninkasa Imperial Stout that I liked.
Most of the time I like stouts, porters, and other dark brews. Lately, I have developed a sweet tooth for Pyramid Outburst Imperial IPA, though.
Snowcap, Jubilale, and Elysian BiFrost (as well as their Dragon's Tooth Stout) are available here.
First glass of a new growler: Oakshire Brewery's Ill Tempered Gnome. It's good--dark, hoppy but not too hoppy kinda like a brown ale, maybe a slight funk and maybe a little chocolate or coffee or something--but I wish my spot still had the Jolly Roger.